David Cronenberg

Crash commentary

37 Things We Learned from David Cronenberg’s ‘Crash’ Commentary

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“One of the things that this movie does is it offers sequential sex scenes which is something that drives a lot of people mad.”

Scanners Exploding Head

How They Shot the Head Explosion Scene in ‘Scanners’

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“If ever you want to blow up a head, I advise using kosher salt. But don’t do this at home.” – special effects artist Gary Zeller.

Videodrome Television Effect

How They Did the “Breathing Television” Effect in ‘Videodrome’

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Long live the New Flesh and pucker up! Here’s a breakdown of what went into the “breathing television effect” in ‘Videodrome.’

Canadian Horror

10 Best Canadian Horror Movies

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Crack a beer and lean back in your Adirondack: here’s the best of the best when it comes to Canadian horror.

Peephole in Shivers

25 Things We Learned from David Cronenberg’s ‘Shivers’ Commentary

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“All my movies are comedies in one way or another.”

From The Drain

From the Drain to the Screen: How David Cronenberg Made Underground Film Accessible

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What do two men sitting in a bathtub and the politics of Canadian film distribution have in common?

The Brood Screenshot

Comic Book Legend Stephen R. Bissette Wrote a 660 Page Book About Cronenberg’s ‘The Brood’

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We chat with the writer and artist about his compulsion to dissect – in detail – David Cronenberg’s horrifyingly rageful tale of divorce.

Disappearance At Clifton Hill

‘Disappearance at Clifton Hill’ Is a Wonderfully Moody Puzzle Box

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A surprising, grim, heartfelt, and morbidly humorous little film.

Falling

Viggo Mortensen Captures Poignant Character Study in Directorial Debut ‘Falling’

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Who’d have thought Lance Henriksen would be Viggo Mortensen’s muse.